Using DSH (Distributed Shell) to Run Linux Commands Across Multiple Machines

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Rob Krul

Rob is an avid user of Linux and Open Source Software, with over 15 years experience in the tech geek universe. Aside from experimenting with the many flavors of Linux, he enjoys working with BSDs, Solaris, and OS X. He currently works as an Independent IT Contractor.

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15 Responses

  1. Shaheel says:

    Hi,

    I have 3 machines in machinelist. but i can’t enter ssh key phrase for first and second, first and second asking key

    dsh -aM -c uptime
    root@x.x.x.x’s password: root@y.y.y.y’s password: root@z.z.z.z’s password:

    only can enter 3rd server password

  2. Shaheel says:

    How can use this with other SSH ports than 22. this only works with ssh port 22. How can use this with other ports

  3. thanks , very usefully ,

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